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    Lead Now Stop 9 - Chile

    Jon Glassberg (2014)

    China marks stop #4 of Marmot's Lead Now Tour, a global tour to inspire people through rock climbing and raise $10,000 a month for twelve different non-profit organizations. While in Chile, the Lead Now team explores cliffs just outside the city of Santiago while working with local non profit VE Global. In between ascents of technical routes at El Arrayán, Paige introduces a group of young girls supported by VE Global to climbing. While learning about the challenging histories these girls have faced, Paige reflects on the past 9 months of the Lead Now Tour, recognizing that each of us can work together to support one another's ambitions.

    USA / 8 min

    Lead Now Stop 9 - Chile

    Jon Glassberg

    • 2014
    • USA
    • 8 min
    China marks stop #4 of Marmot's Lead Now Tour, a global tour to inspire people through rock climbing and raise $10,000 a month for twelve different non-profit organizations. While in Chile, the Lead Now team explores cliffs just outside the city of Santiago while working with local non profit VE Global. In between ascents of technical routes at El Arrayán, Paige introduces a group of young girls supported by VE Global to climbing. While learning about the challenging histories these girls have faced, Paige reflects on the past 9 months of the Lead Now Tour, recognizing that each of us can work together to support one another's ambitions.

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    Easy to learn Bouldering DVD

    Easy to learn Bouldering

    (2010)

    An instructional film about the bouldering basics that has been produced to accompany a didactic book. In the video, Akiyo Noguchi shows the nature of the basic moves in an easy-to-understand manner.

    Japan / 35 min

    Easy to learn Bouldering


    • 2010
    • Japan
    • 35 min
    An instructional film about the bouldering basics that has been produced to accompany a didactic book. In the video, Akiyo Noguchi shows the nature of the basic moves in an easy-to-understand manner.

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    Bouldering 1st book - Basics of free climbing DVD

    Bouldering 1st book - Basics of free climbing

    (2006)

    An instructional film about the bouldering basics that has been produced to accompany a didactic book. In the video, Dai Koyamada shows the nature of the basic moves in an easy-to-understand manner. As a bonus, the film ends with extra footage of Dai Koyamada climbing in Shiobara, Switzerland and Germany.

    Japan / 45 min

    Bouldering 1st book - Basics of free climbing


    • 2006
    • Japan
    • 45 min
    An instructional film about the bouldering basics that has been produced to accompany a didactic book. In the video, Dai Koyamada shows the nature of the basic moves in an easy-to-understand manner. As a bonus, the film ends with extra footage of Dai Koyamada climbing in Shiobara, Switzerland and Germany.

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  • Documentary / Instructional

    Basic bouldering with Tomoko Ogawa DVD

    Basic bouldering with Tomoko Ogawa

    (2008)

    An instructional film about the bouldering basics that has been produced to accompany a didactic book. In the video, Tomoko Ogawa and Kaori Kawabuchi show the nature of the basic moves in an easy-to-understand manner.

    Japan / 42 min

    Basic bouldering with Tomoko Ogawa


    • 2008
    • Japan
    • 42 min
    An instructional film about the bouldering basics that has been produced to accompany a didactic book. In the video, Tomoko Ogawa and Kaori Kawabuchi show the nature of the basic moves in an easy-to-understand manner.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Y si te dijeran que puedes

    Javier Álvaro (2017)

    The documentary narrates how 5 people with mental illness set themselves the great challenge of reaching the top of Naranjo de Bulnes, starting in the world of climbing the hand of the creator of 'Al filo de lo imposible', Sebastian Alvaro and the team of climbers formed by Juanjo San Sebastian and Juanito Oiarzabel among others.

    Spain / 71 min

    Y si te dijeran que puedes

    Javier Álvaro

    • 2017
    • Spain
    • 71 min
    The documentary narrates how 5 people with mental illness set themselves the great challenge of reaching the top of Naranjo de Bulnes, starting in the world of climbing the hand of the creator of 'Al filo de lo imposible', Sebastian Alvaro and the team of climbers formed by Juanjo San Sebastian and Juanito Oiarzabel among others.

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    Trío de Ases

    Antonio Perezgrueso (2017)

    Albert Guardia, Iván Germán and Urko Carmona suffered the amputation of a leg as a consequence of different traffic accidents, all three practiced climbing before the accidents. In this chapter they tell how the practice of this sport has helped them to overcome the loss. Albert Guardia, Iván Germán and Urko Carmona suffered the amputation of a leg as a consequence of different traffic accidents, all three practiced climbing. In this chapter they tell how the practice of this sport has helped them to overcome the loss of that limb. After several months of recovery, each of them and at different times, feel the need to return to an activity they did before the event. In this first part they tell how the practice of sport climbing has helped them to overcome the loss of that limb.

    Spain / 56 min

    Trío de Ases

    Antonio Perezgrueso

    • 2017
    • Spain
    • 56 min
    Albert Guardia, Iván Germán and Urko Carmona suffered the amputation of a leg as a consequence of different traffic accidents, all three practiced climbing before the accidents. In this chapter they tell how the practice of this sport has helped them to overcome the loss. Albert Guardia, Iván Germán and Urko Carmona suffered the amputation of a leg as a consequence of different traffic accidents, all three practiced climbing. In this chapter they tell how the practice of this sport has helped them to overcome the loss of that limb. After several months of recovery, each of them and at different times, feel the need to return to an activity they did before the event. In this first part they tell how the practice of sport climbing has helped them to overcome the loss of that limb.

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  • Documentary / Portrait

    The longest expedition

    Trudy McRobert (2016)

    Renowned climber Paul Pritchard returns to Tasmania's notorious Totem Pole to tackle the climb that nearly killed him eighteen years earlier and left him partially paralysed with a massive head injury. When Paul Pritchard returned to Tasmania's majestic Totem Pole rock pillar three months ago it was the culmination of an 18-year journey. The former professional climber and writer suffered a massive injury in 1998 when his rope dislodged a large rock, which fell on his head. He was saved by the actions of his former girlfriend who hauled him 30 metres up to a ledge before running for help. In a second stroke of luck, the paramedic on duty that day was also a climber. Neale Smith's decision to short-circuit a cliff rescue and abseil with Paul down to a waiting boat almost certainly saved his life.

    Australia / 30 min

    The longest expedition

    Trudy McRobert

    • 2016
    • Australia
    • 30 min
    Renowned climber Paul Pritchard returns to Tasmania's notorious Totem Pole to tackle the climb that nearly killed him eighteen years earlier and left him partially paralysed with a massive head injury. When Paul Pritchard returned to Tasmania's majestic Totem Pole rock pillar three months ago it was the culmination of an 18-year journey. The former professional climber and writer suffered a massive injury in 1998 when his rope dislodged a large rock, which fell on his head. He was saved by the actions of his former girlfriend who hauled him 30 metres up to a ledge before running for help. In a second stroke of luck, the paramedic on duty that day was also a climber. Neale Smith's decision to short-circuit a cliff rescue and abseil with Paul down to a waiting boat almost certainly saved his life.

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  • Documentary / Portrait

    Paul

    Chloe Oppitz (2015)

    Paul Pritchard was climbing a sea-stack called the Totem Pole down the Tasman Peninsular when he had an accident which left him bleeding from his head on the Totem Pole for 10 hours before help reached him. As a result he now suffers from hemeplegia & focal seizures. This story is about how one man concurs everyday life and has the determination to keep up with his passion for adventure regardless of his disability.

    Australia / 12 min

    Paul

    Chloe Oppitz

    • 2015
    • Australia
    • 12 min
    Paul Pritchard was climbing a sea-stack called the Totem Pole down the Tasman Peninsular when he had an accident which left him bleeding from his head on the Totem Pole for 10 hours before help reached him. As a result he now suffers from hemeplegia & focal seizures. This story is about how one man concurs everyday life and has the determination to keep up with his passion for adventure regardless of his disability.

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  • Documentary / Portrait

    Die Jaspers

    Die Jaspers

    Andreas Köstler (2017)

    The Jaspers, are almost a normal family. The Jaspers are Robert and Daniela, their children Stephan and Amelie and the Tibetan Terrier Denga. They would go through everyday life as a normal family if it weren't for the past and the present. If it weren't for these abysses. Robert Jasper is an extreme mountaineer, still one of the best in the world. In his film 'Die Jaspers - eine Familie am Abgrund', SWR filmmaker Andreas Köstler paints a portrait of a family for whom the unknown on the mountain has a very special charm, without their blue-eyed, life-threatening adventures.

    Germany / 29 min

    Die Jaspers

    Andreas Köstler

    • 2017
    • Germany
    • 29 min
    The Jaspers, are almost a normal family. The Jaspers are Robert and Daniela, their children Stephan and Amelie and the Tibetan Terrier Denga. They would go through everyday life as a normal family if it weren't for the past and the present. If it weren't for these abysses. Robert Jasper is an extreme mountaineer, still one of the best in the world. In his film 'Die Jaspers - eine Familie am Abgrund', SWR filmmaker Andreas Köstler paints a portrait of a family for whom the unknown on the mountain has a very special charm, without their blue-eyed, life-threatening adventures.

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  • Documentary / Instructional

    Curiosity Quest - Rock Climbing DVD

    Curiosity Quest - Rock Climbing

    Melissa Cockrell (2011)

    Join Joel and the Curiosity Quest crew on this adventurous quest as they learn what it takes to become a rock climber. Watch as Joel attempts to climb the treacherous walls of the Red Rock Climbing Center. Part of the Curiosity Quest Series, an upbeat, family, educational program that explores what viewers are curious about. In each show, host Joel Greene ventures on a quest to answer viewer’s letters of curiosity. Each quest takes the audience on location for an unscripted, hands-on, educational exploration.

    USA / 27 min

    Curiosity Quest - Rock Climbing

    Curiosity Quest - Rock Climbing

    Melissa Cockrell, Joel Greene

    • 2011
    • USA
    • 27 min
    Join Joel and the Curiosity Quest crew on this adventurous quest as they learn what it takes to become a rock climber. Watch as Joel attempts to climb the treacherous walls of the Red Rock Climbing Center. Part of the Curiosity Quest Series, an upbeat, family, educational program that explores what viewers are curious about. In each show, host Joel Greene ventures on a quest to answer viewer’s letters of curiosity. Each quest takes the audience on location for an unscripted, hands-on, educational exploration.

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  • Documentary / Portrait

    Puccio’s road to recovery

    Puccio’s road to recovery

    Josh Troob (2016)

    In 2015 Alex Puccio was having the season her life and getting ready to compete at the Vail World Cup. She was preparing to compete on the full world cup circuit and was bouldering at the V14 level. Then she fell. While warming up for a competition she fell awkwardly tearing her ACL, MCL, and meniscus. Her season ended, she underwent surgery to repair the torn ligaments and began a regime of physical therapy and training. But if Alex Puccio is known for anything it's her dedication to training. Focusing purely on her physical therapy she was back climbing V13 outside within three months of surgery. Join her on the Road to Recovery.

    USA / 14 min

    Puccio’s road to recovery

    Josh Troob, Joel Zerr

    • 2016
    • USA
    • 14 min
    In 2015 Alex Puccio was having the season her life and getting ready to compete at the Vail World Cup. She was preparing to compete on the full world cup circuit and was bouldering at the V14 level. Then she fell. While warming up for a competition she fell awkwardly tearing her ACL, MCL, and meniscus. Her season ended, she underwent surgery to repair the torn ligaments and began a regime of physical therapy and training. But if Alex Puccio is known for anything it's her dedication to training. Focusing purely on her physical therapy she was back climbing V13 outside within three months of surgery. Join her on the Road to Recovery.

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  • Documentary / Portrait

    Markus Pucher

    Markus Pucher

    Gerald Salmina (2017)

    There are only a few climbers who are able to move as fast and as safe in steep ice falls, hardly anyone undertakes as many difficult solos as he does. The small borderline between performance and suffering on the one side, and responsibility for himself and his family on the other, is still a challenge for Markus Pucher. In the last years, the Carinthian athlete has developed to be one of the best all-round mountaineers of present time.

    Austria / 47 min

    Markus Pucher

    Gerald Salmina

    • 2017
    • Austria
    • 47 min
    There are only a few climbers who are able to move as fast and as safe in steep ice falls, hardly anyone undertakes as many difficult solos as he does. The small borderline between performance and suffering on the one side, and responsibility for himself and his family on the other, is still a challenge for Markus Pucher. In the last years, the Carinthian athlete has developed to be one of the best all-round mountaineers of present time.

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